The Anycubic Photon Mono SE is part of Anycubi’s current series of printers with monochrome display. This promises lower energy consumption, shorter exposure times and thus significantly shorter printing times.
The Creality Ender-3 now closes the “gap” between the predecessor and e.g. the Creality CR-10. Whether this really works and whether the Ender-3 is more than just a gap filler, i.e. brings some good innovations, you can read in my Creality Ender-3 test.
The Longer Orange 30 is an SLA LCD printer and, as the name suggests, is not the manufacturer’s first model. Now we have a test device of the brand here for the first time and have already set up the printer. Here are the facts and figures about the Orange 30.
The Anet A8 3D printer was very popular with the community. Meanwhile the Anet A8 is relatively outdated and the competition has long since followed. But now the 3D printer series returns with the Anet A8 Plus. Can the Anet A8 Plus continue the success of its predecessor?
The Geeetech A10 is almost identically constructed and costs about the same as the popular Creality Ender-3. Is the somewhat less known Geeetech A10 even the better 3D printer in the end?
The very successful Anet A8 and Anet A6 (my low-budget recommendation) lost ground against the Creality CR-10 because of the bowden-extruder and the aluminium-frame. Anet anthicipates a comeback with its newest model, the Anet E10.
The Anycubic I3 MEGA 3D printer scores with a very robust construction, quick assembly and well thought-out extras such as a sensor that monitors the filament volume. On paper that sounds great, some features we haven’t tested out-of-the-box – so here is my Anycubic I3 MEGA review!
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